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time now for tonight's closing argument. first, president obama criticized the supreme court
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campaign finance decision during the state of the union address. an applause line for the president. now, chief justice john roberts tells law students it's trouble -- it is troubling to sit silently while a whole branch of government cheers against you. roberts said, perhaps the high court shouldn't attend the state of the union afterall. so, tonight, we ask, is the chief justice simply upholding high principle or displaying a thin skin? tell us what you think any time at the "nightline" twitter page. that's our report for tonight. for all of us at abc news, good night, america. >> jimmy: hi, i'm jimmy kimmel. on the show tonight, from "the marriage ref," tom papa. we have music from manchester orchest orchestra. and from "inglourious basterds," academy award-winning christoph waltz. >> during his time at the lee
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strars burg ins tithe, he embraced the hisser in technique, which helped him to discover sub text through repetition. >> now, i give you an example. the word dill pickle. dill pickle. dill pickle. dill pickle. dill pickle. dill pickle. so, you see what i'm trying to get. >> jimmy: i think we know why he won the oscar. "jimmy kimmel live," back in two minutes. do you guys know there's over 200 combinations of ultimate trios?
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from "the marriage ref," tom papa. a special appearance by donald trump. and music from manchester orchestra. with cleto and the cletones. ♪ it's "jimmy kimmel live" and now, guess what? here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm jimmy, i'm your tiny little friend inside the television. thank you, cleto. wow. what a program we've got for you tonight.
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i'm glad you're enthusiastic. tonight we've got groping, we're got tickle, simon cowell's anyone ms. you name it. every in our audience tonight is going home with simon cowell's nipples, so, congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] it was another punishing night of "american idol." why do we do this to ourselves? tonight, the men sang, and they sang poorly, for the most part. they don't need four judges. what they need on the show is a gong, because we're a pit full of starving crocodilcrocodiles, chocodiles, either one. do you think they find that word racist? i bet they do. anyway, this american idol, it's gotten to the point where the judges are having trouble coming up with ways to tell people they're bad. there are only so many times you can say "it was pitchy, dog," without it killing you. and he's found those, but now, what randy appears to be doing is, whatever simon says about a singer, like, two singers later
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randy repeats some version of it. it's simon says in a way. these are all from last night. >> i still haven't heard the right song connection yet. >> i just didn't feel the right connection. >> it was all a bit ploddy, a bit boring. >> to me, like, the song is a little boring. >> it was kind of like request night on a friday night in a restaurant. >> we're at a banquet, going to have the chicken the beef or the shrimp. >> that didn't have the wow factor. >> i'm not sure there was a wow moment in it. >> jimmy: see what i mean? [ applause ] it's ridiculous. and let me tell you, if randy starts speaking with an english accent that is -- i'm out. every once in awhile they have all the contestants do what they call a group sing. they humiliate them. the last group sing was to the tune of the black eyed paeas sog
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"i got a feeling." who finds this entertaining? ♪ round and round ♪ up and down ♪ around the clock ♪ i've got a feeling ♪ that tonight's gonna be a good night ♪ >> jimmy: how do you go on to be a rock star after that? you can't. imagine if you had a video of axl rose doing that as a teenager, he'd be destroyed. there would have never been a guns and roses. they like to get everyone together to sing, but i have a suggestion. instead of a peppy uptempo pop song, have them sing something edgy, like, well, like this. ♪ i got a feeling ♪ that i'll be sacrificing a goat tonight ♪ ♪ i'm be worshipping the dark lord tonight ♪ ♪ i'll be eating some human remains tonight ♪ ♪ the time is right ♪ let's drink sol blood ♪ let's snap some cats
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♪ we shall kill ♪ we shall kill ♪ eat your heart ♪ eat your brains ♪ kill mom and pop ♪ i got a feeling ♪ you're gonna be my food tonight ♪ ♪ i'm about to kill you and your friends tonight ♪ ♪ that i'm gonna chop off your arms tonight ♪ ♪ kill ♪ kill ♪ kill ♪ kill ♪ kill kill kill kill kill ♪ kill ♪ blood >> jimmy: i think that's better. another very important reality show, the city of miami will play host to the next season of "jersey shore" on mtv. from miami or jersey? if there's one thing miami's been lacking, it's half drunken
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it yolts with stray tans. that will be something, "jersey shore." now when tony montana says, say hello to my little friend, he may be referring to snookie. former democratic congressman from new york eric massa is all over the news today. he resigned on monday. nobody seems to know why. first, he said he resigned because he was sick. then, when it came out he had been accused of groping three young male staff members, he said he was forced out for not cooperating with the white house on health care. glenn beck had him on his show last night. outcrazying glenn beck is like outsexing tiger woods, so -- somehow -- [ applause ] samhow this guy, massa, managed to do it. and here's his verve should sio alleged groping. >> now they're saying a groped a male staffer. yeah, i did. not only did i grope him, i tickled him until i couldn't breathe and four guys jumped on
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top of me. it was kill the old guy. >> jimmy: right. we've all done that. all had tickle fights with our male coworkers. we all played "kill the old guy." dick cheney used to play it with a gun, kill the old guy. if you're wondering why we don't have health care, it's because there's too much tickling in congress. later that night on larry king, massa denied that he ever groped anyone and refused to answer this very direct question from larry. >> are you gay? >> well, here's that answer. i'm not going to answer that. in the year 2010, why don't you ask my wife? ask my friends. ask the 10,000 sailors i served with in the navy. >> jimmy: maybe you should have stopped with the friends. by the way, a report eer did as some of his old ship mates from the navy, and some said he was known for giving unwanted
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massages. one soldier said he found massa on the top bunk trying to unbutton his pants and, quote, snorkel him. i don't know exactly what that means, but -- if you're tickling and snorkeling -- you probably have some explaining to do to your wife. tickling your employees is tricky. yes, you have to do it, but how do you do it properly before a tickle becomes a grope? i don't know. fortunately, we dug up this instructional video that i hope can help. >> tickling is fun. but there are rules. welcome to "how to tickle in the workplace." meet joe. he loves to tickle. but sometimes his tickling goes too far. here are some simple guidelines for joe to follow. first, always get consent.
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using rope and duct tape is certainly no fun for the other guy, joe. second, keep those penalties on. tickling is done with the hands, not with the mid-section. and last, stay away from the genitals. a foot or an arm should suffice if you want to stick late laughter. so, there you go, joe. following these simple yules will make tickling fun for everyone. thanks for watching "how to tickle in the workplace." [ applause ] >> jimmy: all right, i feel better now. i know how to do it. new study today from the u.s. department of health. new statistics say 1 in 6 americans has herpes. and if they do another season of "rock of love" on vh1 it is expected to jump to 1 in 4. be really careful. this morning on cbs, harry smith, who hosts that show, underwent the first ever live
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television colonoscopy. i always wondered what his colon looked like. they had a doctor there performing the procedure and katie couric over -- was overseeing it. she oversees all of those. anyway, while harry got the scope, katie was right there at his backside. >> it's happening right now live, so, we want to take you back now to katie who is standing by with harry. harry not going to be able to talk to us at this point, guys. >> well, harry is actually doing well. he said, just said to me, this makes me really happy. >> jimmy: well, why wouldn't it? cbs made a very big deal out of this procedure. they've been promoting it nonstop for a week, and pardon the expression, but they really pulled out all the stops. >> today on "the early show." for the first time ever, directed by james cameron, in imax 3d, we send a camera into
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harry smith -- >> it's happening right now. >> and along the way, we make some very good friends. james cameron's harry smith's colonoscopy. only on the cbs "early show." >> jimmy: well, that's -- [ applause ] it probably cost only $1 billion. there's more trouble for toyota. today, a woman in new york claims her prius axel rated out of control in her driveway and caused her to run into a wall. my aunt fran did that without any axel rail or the problems, so this could be a great excuse for crappy drivers. this is fresh on the hills of that prius that accelerated in san diego and had to be stopped
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by highway patrol. motion is relative. maybe toyotas aren't speeding out of control. maybe the world is slowing out of control. toyota still doesn't have a definitive fix for the problem, but if you bring your car in, they will turn up the volume on your horn for free. walmart is another company that's subject of some criticism. at one of their stores, they were selling black barbies for half the price of white barbies. they were. some people were upset. walmart explained it had nothing to do with race. the reason it's less expensive is because the white barbie is much harder to find after they melted thousands of them down to build heidi montag. so, i said -- [ applause ] you know what? i say, it shouldn't matter whether you're black or white at all. as long as you have huge breasts, long legs and a biologically impossible hip to waist ratio that's what matters,
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kids. we have a new segment tonight. our security guards who work in the building here, they don't like each other much. so, we asked them tonight to debate this barbie controversy in a new segment we call "hot buttons." enjoy. >> welcome to "hot buttons." the show where i and her discuss hot button issues. >> today's topic is, should black barbie dolls be cheaper than white barbie dolls? >> yes. >> hell no. that's just [ bleep ] up. why would you think that? just look at bash bee. he's black, she's beautiful. and look at this slut with her legs open. >> well, mine is blond. her hair is silky. her dress is peaches and cream. >> what are you saying? you have to have silky hair to be beautiful? >> yeah, sure, why not? >> you know why? i document have silky curly hair and i'm gorgeous.
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>> that's what she thinks. anyway, my -- >> pardon me? what did you just say? >> you heard me. >> if you ever touch my barbie again, i will take my foot and shove it up your ass you'll be [ bleep ] black barbie for a year. i hate you. >> that's what you say. >> jimmy: thank you. thank you, ladies. go back to your corners. and we will not stop until it results in violence. one more item tonight. our old friend and celebrity photograph afish had doe yehya is at a party for samsung. they are debuting a new tv today, and they wanted yehya there to witness it, of course. so, let's go to yehya for his report from the party in new york. yehya? >> hi, i'm here in new york for the show samsung tv 3d tv.
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hi mr. trump, what are you doing here? >> well, i'm here to support samsung and their 3d television. but i'm here to support jimmy. i love jimmy. >> okay. you want to come -- >> this is my wife. >> nice to meet you. ya y yehya. you want to be on my show? >> i happen to love jimmy. i'll interview you. nice setup. >> i need more chair. sit here. >> so beautiful. hey. she can sit on my lap. come. you want to sit on my lap? >> yeah. >> this is a very, very nice interview. >> thank you. i have some music. >> okay. okay. good. >> why are say fire, fire, fire on your show? >> well, it just seems to work. people love it. they love the show "the apprentice" and it's been a big
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success, so, the worse the firing, the more they like it. >> do you like 3d? >> i like 3d, yeah, i do. >> put the glasses on? >> ah, beautiful. beautiful. wow. >> oh, my god. oh, my god is very close to my eyes. oh, my god. >> it's actually my hair, too. >> you like? >> i like. my air or 3d? >> you like 3d? >> i like both. can i take picture with you? >> yes. >> god bless you mr. trump. >> let's go. you want to stand up? >> no, sit. >> you -- from me, sir. one, two -- thank you. god bless you. have a good night. i finish with my guest mr. donald trump. tomorrow, i come with you the black eyed peas. thank you. bu bye, guy. have a good night.
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>> jimmy: we have a good show tonight. from "the marriage ref," tom papa is here. we have music from manchester orchestra. and we'll be right back with oscar winner christoph waltz, so stick around. you son-of-a-biscuit- eating-bulldog! what the french toast? did you think i wouldn't find out about... your little doo-doo head cootie queen? who are you calling #a cootie queen, yo lint-licker!
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>> j >> jimmy: hi there. thank you for returning to join us. tonight with us on the program, a funny man, he has a new show created by jerry seinfeld, and it's called "the marriage ref." tom papa is here. then, later on from atlanta -- this is their latest album, "mean everything to nothing," manchester orchestra from the bud light golden wheat stage. they're not really an orchestra, though. tomorrow night on the show, music from gin and our guests are nicole richie, chad ochocinco, chuck liddell and dax shepard. so check that out. and this saturday night at
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10:00, an encore presentation of the "jimmy kimmel live: after the academy awards special." featuring robert downey jr., keith urban, the handsome men's club and our next guest, too. so please tune in for that. our first guest is a superb actor from austria. he won an oscar this weekend and will probably be the next governor of california. you can see his award-winning performance as colonel hans landa in quentin tarantino's "inglourious basterds" which is out on dvd and blu-ray now. please say hello to christoph waltz. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: got to be a little bit strange -- i mean, really, a year ago in this country, very
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few people knew you and now you get a huge ovation from people, for playing a nazi. >> well, yes. >> jimmy: a likable nazi. congratulations on the academy award and all the other awards. >> thanks. >> jimmy: you won a lot. we counted today how many awards you've won for this movie. >> how many? >> jimmy: 28. 28. can you name them all? there was a golden globe in there, there was a, i think a s.a.g. award. >> i think somewhere in texas there's a critic's association that's only women. >> jimmy: i think you won a soul train award. >> no. friends of mine sent me a text message on the day of the grammys and they said, with think you should learn that from friends, and i got a little nervous. you will not win a grammy
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tonight. >> jimmy: and they were right. you didn't. that's the only one you didn't win. i tell you something, and i told you, i met you after the oscars, i said, e went to see that movie. that guy -- i didn't know who you were, but i said, he's going to win. and i was right again! >> thank you. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i like to credit myself for your academy award. >> well, thank you, thank you, yeah. >> jimmy: and, now, how long have you been here in california, particularly? >> i think -- i was born here. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's incredible. >> no, but -- it's a long time. i came in -- last september and i was on a movie "green hornet" with seth rogen. he's a great guy. >> jimmy: he's fantastic. >> then i went home for two weeks or so over the holidays and i came back and now i pack
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up this house and have to leave and -- >> jimmy: you have to now -- you are now leaving your home country, huh? >> yes, and i'm -- i'm completely -- i'm desperate. >> jimmy: are you really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: desperate for what? >> i don't know. coming back, i think. i will be back. i will be back in may and i'm glad. >> jimmy: women, in a way you've said, sorry, austria, i'm more popular in the united states now, and i'm leaving you. >> well, not exactly these words but -- >> jimmy: but the intent is certainly there. >> yes, and i made it clear. >> jimmy: are you comfortable here in the united states? do you know how to get around in l.a.? >> absolutely. i have this -- they gave me a car to use, which is lovely, and i have a navigator -- >> jimmy: you do? good. >> yes. and i override it because it always takes me to traffic jams. >> jimmy: wow, you are overriding that. i follow its every command.
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i will not -- >> i love the -- i love that it has various languages. >> jimmy: you speak how many languages? >> well, not of those on the navigator. so, i had it on polish for awhile. >> jimmy: really? can it find its way? >> no, no. >> jimmy: it's from the '70s. [ applause ] >> and in a way i expected, you know, i expected -- i heard about all these different ethnic areas in los angeles. i thought if i switch it to korean, it will take me to koreatown. it might have, i don't know. >> jimmy: you don't know. you -- i got to meet oprah after you won. >> yes, i -- >> jimmy: are you aware of the significance of an event like that? [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you have oprah in austria? >> we do. >> jimmy: good.
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>> and she's still called oprah. >> jimmy: she is? >> yeah. i think she reigns the world. >> jimmy: she watches over us all. >> and we're safe. we're safe and it was lovelies it was lovely. it was in the same theater, in the kodak theater, and i thought, well, okay, kodak theater -- it was full. up all the way up to the last balcony it was jam packed with people. >> jimmy: oprah sells out a house. believe me. because if you don't, like, if there were empty seats, we would all die. there would probably be an earthquake or something. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's how it works here. you -- you were very nice to do, to do something for us for our special after the oscars. it wasn't the oprah show, i know, but i know i'm not on in austria and revered there. in fact, i'm barely even liked here. >> now that -- >> jimmy: hopefully now, because you did something -- a very special film for us, and -- how
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did your friends and family react to this? have they seen it? >> well, i -- i was quiet surprised. i spoke to my son, who lives in israel and he said, now, how about that da humping? and he was kind of solemn. and i said, well, what about it? and he said, kind of embarrassing. >> jimmy: oh, really? what does your son do in israel? >> well, he studies a lot of things. and then he kind of specified, he said, well, ok, a son would find that embarrassing if his father -- well, sorry, picked the wrong father. >> jimmy: well, for those who did not see it, we have it here in its unadult rated form. this is video -- i think this is better than "inglorious bastards," in a lot of ways. this could win you the only
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award you haven't won, an emmy. here is christophe wolts with "der humpink." ♪ ya ya ya ya ♪ la la la la ♪ ya ya ya ♪ ♪ der humpink ♪ ah, telephone ♪ der humpkink
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♪ guitar ♪ der humpink ♪ ya ya ya ♪ oh oh oh oh oh ♪ der humpink >> jimmy: i have no idea why your son would be embarrassed by that. [ applause ] i tell you what. it's great to have you here and congratulati congratulations. if anyone ever deserved an academy award, it was you. you can see it on blu-ray and dvd, it's called "inglorious y bious gas basterds."
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>> jimmy: hi there, we're back.
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still to come, manchester orchestra will be here. you've seen our next guest on comedy central specials and the movies "analyze that" and "the informant." his new mission is to help bickering couples decide who is right and who is dumb on the new show "the marriage ref." you can watch it thursday nights on nbc. please welcome tom papa. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you? >> good. >> jimmy: good to see you. >> so good to see you. i have been on a quest to come see you -- >> jimmy: you have? >> half my career. i've been trying to get here. >> jimmy: really? >> i swear. i really -- >> jimmy: it shouldn't have been that difficult, really. >> there were a couple of times i was ready to do it, going to do standup and avril lavigne bumped me. >> jimmy: you know what, she hates comedians. it's not you specifically. >> i was like, who, why?
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and then i had all these intersections where i worked with your sister doing standup -- >> jimmy: she told me about that. >> i met your father. your father hired me to do a gig for his company. >> jimmy: he did this. >> i kept getting closer. and then, this is like, five years ago, i'm on a flight going back to new york and uncle frank is sitting behind me. >> jimmy: really? >> i swear. and he recognized me from doing other shows and kept telling me, i'm going to get you on the show. you are funny, i'm gefting you on the show. >> jimmy: he doesn't recognize me. he recognized you? >> i swear. i was with my wife and my baby and he is just going, i'm getting you on the show, i'll get you on the show. >> jimmy: he does that sometimes, my uncle frank and he can't remember the name of the person. he's like, the guy. the guy who, funny guy. >> right. he just barraged me for awhile, and then i wanted to be on the
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show and he started getting a little much, kept tapping me, i'm going to get you on the show. >> jimmy: that's him. >> and he passed out, and i took a shot of him and i saved this for, like, five years. >> jimmy: wow. >> that's uncle frank sleeping on the plane. [ applause ] >> jimmy: he'll be delighted that you finally made it here. then he woke up and said, "who are you?" >> jimmy: well, good to have you here. i saw you on oprah. everyone has been on the show except me. i've been stalking her uncle on the airplane, the whole thing, too. >> it was great. i loved it. >> jimmy: you did very well on the show. very funny on it. and i would imagine that's -- being in oprah's presence would be, well, really, i say on the show in general, you're very confident with the celebry tips who are sometimes huge celebrities.
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>> yeah, yeah. it's -- i mean, you've gone this when you started your show, and you all of a sudden, tomorrow night, we have madonna, larry david and ricky gervais on one show. that's a lot of wattage, so i'm thinking, i just want to be cool, i want them to like me, but then they start going nuts on the set and i had to yell at them like they were my children. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. at one point i yelled, i thought i would never say this, but not now, madonna! you behave yourself! [ applause ] >> jimmy: madonna. i like that madonna is giving out marital advice. >> it's advice but not advice. their job is to sway me and i ultimately say who is right or wrong in these fights. >> jimmy: how does your wife take that, that you get to be the -- well, the marriage ref? >> you know, a lot of people -- at first -- it's a comedy show. it's not dr. phil, you know. if you want help, this is the wrong show.
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>> jimmy: i think dr. phil is, too, by the way. [ applause ] help is better taken off television. >> right. >> jimmy: these are petty disputes between couples. >> yeah, they fight over everything and they never end because it's the husband and the wife in it together. you need someone from the outside to come in and just end it. and that's my job. >> jimmy: you're the ender. >> and if you think about it, celebrities, we judge celebrities marriages all the time. >> jimmy: that's true. >> we look at them and we have our judges and make the call and all this. now, we're flipping it and regular people have madonna going, no, no, no, you're wrong. >> jimmy: that's got to be odd for them in their personal relationships. >> there's a point in tomorrow night's show where there's this guy, just like this guy from long island, and he's getting into it with madonna. and i'm on the set just thinking -- this is amazing television.
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when would you ever think madonna and this guy is just going to go. >> jimmy: she rarely fights with civilians. now, how long have you been married? >> i will be married tomorrow ten years. >> jimmy: oh, really? wow. [ applause ] happy anniversary. >> ten years. >> jimmy: and what is the plan? what does the marriage ref do with his bride on your anniversary? >> the marriage ref is going to have a horrible anniversary because we're shooting in new york, my wife and kids came to be with me in our apartment there, which is the size of a stamp, and everyone has the flu. >> jimmy: great. >> my wife has runny eyes, runny nose. the kids are sick. everybody's sick, so i think i'm just going to be in a hotel by myself. >> jimmy: really? you're going to go to a hotel? >> i'm kind of conflicted. i want to show that i love her, but i didn't want to be there. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> can you do that on your tenth anniversary? you be my ref.
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>> jimmy: the flu will be over in five days. sleeping in a hotel while your wife is sick with the kinds in the apartment -- that's something you'll hear about for the rest of your life. >> just go in. >> jimmy: i'm happy to be your marriage ref. >> i like this. >> jimmy: great to have you here. thanks to all of my relatives who made this possible. tom papa, everybody. the marriage ref airplanes thursday nights at 10:00 on nbc. we'll be right back with manchester orchestra. (announcer) if you want directions to the stadium, push here.
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>> >> jimmy: this is their latest album, it's called "mean everything to nothing." here with the song "in my teeth," manchester orchestra. ♪ ♪ i felt a black man in my teeth what a way ♪ ♪ jesus is coming he acts my age and he always looks the same ♪ ♪ i said a good seed was on your break wasn't a mistake anyway ♪ ♪ well jesus is coming
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unless you pray ♪ ♪ and make a scene ♪ like you never really needed it anyway yep you never really needed it anyways okay, okay ♪ ♪ ♪ john spoke a theory straight into my brain did you mean to do that to me ♪ ♪ well jesus don't come 'round unless we pray each day for 500 days ♪ ♪ i don't know what you want anymore ♪ ♪ no, i don't know what you want anymore so we can see that you never ♪
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♪ really needed it anyway no you never really needed it anyway ♪ ♪ so we can see that the bottom going to bury us anyway so i am doing what i ♪ ♪ gotta to stay awake yeah i am doing what i gotta to stay awake okay ♪ ♪ ♪ what happens when i don't know what happens just stop and go and stop ♪ ♪ and go till you can't go run anymore ♪ ♪ just stop and go
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and stop and go till you can't go finally see ♪ like we never really needed it anyway yeah we never really needed it anyway ♪ ♪ so we can see that the bottom gonna bury us anyway ♪ ♪ yeah you're doing you gotta to stay awake ♪ ♪ yeah i am doing what i gotta to stay awake okay ♪ ♪ ♪
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